Tuesday, September 22, 2009

National Standards in Education?

This from today's Washington Post.
Experts convened by the nation's governors and state schools chiefs on Monday proposed a set of math and English skills students should master before high school graduation, the first step toward what advocates hope will become common standards driving instruction in classrooms from coast to coast.
Read more in the article entitled Skills Set Drafted for Students Nationwide. Then go read the proposal, posted at the site Common Core State Standards Initiative.

1 comment:

  1. Can't imagine it working any better than the NCTE IRA English Language Arts standards initiative I was part of ages ago.